Wood's Fisheries is located on the mainland shore of Saint Joseph Bay, at the bay entrance to the Intracoastal Waterway, just below the George Tapper Bridge. Saint Joseph Bay is historically known for being a safe harbor during stormy weather and most of all its abundant fishing grounds and natural beauty, a true treasure!
Port St. Joe is a friendly, coastal community located about 45 miles east of Panama City, Florida. The quaint town of 5,000 gained attention in 2002 when the beaches of nearby St. Joseph Peninsula State Park were ranked #1 in the US for their natural beauty.
Local festivities include a number of annual events. One of the most popular is the Scallop Festival, held in late summer each year. Other weekend activities include fishing tournaments, music in the park events, sporting events, and parades.
There's always something to do in this quiet coastal community. Port St. Joe's most valuable asset is its people; It's what makes Port St. Joe, Florida such a great place to live, work, and play.
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